Arsenal striker Robin van Persie will miss Sunday’s clash with Everton as a precaution after sustaining a slight thigh injury in the win over Derby.
Mathieu Flamini could return on the bench after recovering from his ankle problem but Alexander Hleb is banned.
Everton midfielder Mikel Arteta will not play again this season after finally admitting defeat in his battle with stomach and groin injuries.
And Andrew Johnson (calf) and Steven Pienaar (knee) are slight doubts.
Arsenal (from): Fabianski, Toure, Gallas, Song, Clichy, Walcott, Fabregas, Flamini, Gilberto, Denilson, Adebayor, Lehmann, Almunia, Bendtner, Senderos, Eboue, Traore, Djourou.
Everton (from): Howard, Hibbert, Neville, Yobo, Lescott, Jagielka, Valente, Baines, Carsley, Osman, Pienaar, Fernandes, Arteta, Yakubu, Anichebe, Johnson, Gravesen, Wessels, Rodwell, Gosling.
Arsenal have started to pick their form back up with victories in their last two fixtures against Reading and Derby. However they will be without Robin Van Persie who picked up a slight tight injury during the Derby game. This means Theo Walcott, who has scored two in two, will get another chance to shine. If you fancy a flutter why not back him to score first with BGbet offering 8/1. Arsenal won the first league game 4-1 thanks to two goals from Eduardo and also goals from Adebayor and Rosicky. Everton who have already guaranteed their first back-to-back top half finishes in the Premiership will be looking to grab the last automatic European place. However they are going through a tough patch with one win in seven.
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Liverpool v Man City – Live on Sky Sports 1, k/o 16:00pm
Liverpool have little to play for as they are guaranteed to finish fourth in the league and they are out of the Champions League. They could be without Torres and Skrtel who picked up knocks against Chelsea. Liverpool have picked up eleven points out of a possible fifteen and won nine and lost one in the last thirteen games. Man City on the other hand have won four, drawn four and lost seven of their last fifteen games. They also have only one win in ten visits over Liverpool at Anfield and have failed to score in five of their last six games against Liverpool. Liverpool have been installed as favourites with BGbet offering 4/7 for an away win whilst Betterbet are pricing Man City at 9/2.
BGbet are offering to refund all losing first goalscorer bets on Liverpool v Man City game if Steven Gerrard scores at anytime in this match.